(Μαρμάριον/Marmárion). Harbour on the SW coast of Euboea, which probably had the purpose of handling the marble from the quarries of Carystus ; today's Marmara where, near the chapel of St. Nikolaos, the building elements of a sanctuary of Apollo Marmarios are located. References: Str. 10,1,6; Steph. Byz. s.v. M.; Nonn. Dion. 13,164; Eust. Ilia 281,4.
F. Geyer, Topographie und Geschichte der Insel Euboia, 1, 1903, 106.
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Kalcyk, Hansjörg (Petershausen),
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